BuilderAlerts LogoIn case of emergency, make sure you get the message…

Be in the know. Know what to do.

Builder Alerts communicate real-time information about campus closures, extreme weather and safety threats – sent straight to your mobile device via our text messaging service.

Managing Your Account | Students/Faculty/Staff

All students, faculty, and staff are automatically included in this system.

To enhance Southwestern College’s emergency notification system, we have enrolled all faculty, staff, and students into the system. Please use the link below to log in and manage your account. You can update your phone number(s) and email addresses, and modify notification settings so that we can be sure to reach you in case of emergency.

Manage Your Alerts

The first time you visit this link, you will need to use the “Forgot Your Password” link along with your email as your USER ID to set your password and then log in. 
If you have trouble with this process or the BuilderAlert emergency notification system, please contact I.T. Support

Creating an Account | Family/Community

Family members of Southwestern College students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the Winfield community, are invited to sign up for BuilderAlerts to be kept aware of any emergency situations.

Sign Up for Alerts

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How to find information in an emergency

Web IconWeb—Visit for detailed campus closure and emergency information and updates.

Mobile IconMobile—Watch for text or e-mail alerts in the case of a campus closure or if there is a threat to personal safety. Sign up now.

Mail IconE-mail—Check your official SC e-mail after an emergency for support and resource information.

SC on FacebookFacebook—Emergency information will be posted to the SC Facebook page.

SC on TwitterTwitter—Emergency information will be posted to the SC Twitter account.

Emergency Documents

Emergency Operations Plan (coming soon)

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